The Hoxton Williamsburg is now open, marking the quirky, boutique brand’s debut venture in the US.
The fifth hotel in The Hoxton series, The Hoxton, Williamsburg boasts 175 rooms, three restaurants, a rooftop with views of Manhattan, lively public spaces, and The Apartment – a meeting and events space that’s home to The Hoxton’s rolling cultural events programme.
The bedrooms, designed by Ennismore Design Studio, are spread across three categories: Cosy, Cosy with a View, and Roomy.
Brass details feature throughout, in contrast to raw concrete ceilings and mohair headboards in sage green, port and navy.
Local ceramics can be found on the shelves; books are curated by local residents as part of the Hox Friends programme, and bespoke bed linen has been created by local Brooklyn designer, Dusen Dusen.
The hotel’s three restaurants and bars are run in partnership with Brightside Hospitality, a union between Brooklyn restaurateurs Jud Mongell of Five Leaves, and Zeb Stewart of Cafe Colette, Union Pool, and Hotel Delmano.
The main restaurant, Klein’s, offers Americana-inspired classics throughout the lobby and brasserie-style restaurant.
Backyard, the outdoor mezzanine restaurant, has a more relaxed offering, and Summerly is an open-air restaurant located on The Hoxton’s first rooftop.
The Hoxton Williamsburg joins properties in Amsterdam, Paris and London, where the brand first originated in 2006 in Shoreditch.
Sites in Chicago, Portland, LA and Southwark are all due to launch over the next few years.